Next month I gonna rebuild my T-5 transmission , need help

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  1. Slow5.0

    Slow5.0 New Member

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    Next month I gonna rebuild my T-5 transmission (tranny have 100k) actuality my mechancic gonna do it
    I put King Cobra clutch few months ago , and Throwout bearing is bad , plus I have clunk when I relese gas pedal in low gears (MAYBE INPUT OR OUTPUT SHAFT IS BAD) , and I change U-joints two months ago
    So now I have to change
    Throwout bearing
    Bearing retainer ( I find this one http://secure.50resto.com/product1.cfm?SID=1&Product_ID=1402&Category_ID=287)
    Flywheel ( I find this one http://secure.50resto.com/product1.cfm?SID=1&Product_ID=1233&Category_ID=1022 )
    and everything inside tranny (I have to buy some rebuild kit ,something like this one http://www.gefracing.com/Merchant2/...e=G&Product_Code=M7000A&Category_Code=50TRANS )
    Question's for you guys is
    what else I need
    where I can buy steel bearing retainer (94-95 T-5)
    and where I can but cheap and god rebuild kit with many pieces ( all bearings,shimes .....)
    ANd those parts I have show you guys up there ,is that cheap or not
  2. Rootus

    Rootus Officially Addicted

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    Hanlon Motorsports is where I got all of my stuff from. For the clunk, you might check your U-joints.

    Dave
  3. Slow5.0

    Slow5.0 New Member

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    I already change U-joints , but nothing , clunk comming from front side tranny (input shaft zone ) and rear side (output shaft zone)
  4. twotonefreak

    twotonefreak New Member

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    You can get a steel retainer from your local Ford dealer, I will post the part number tomm from work. Also you may want to check out D&D Performance, they have a good deal on a hardened steel 2nd, 3rd and cluster gear, $399.00. I would also check between Hanlon Motorsports and D&D for a rebuild kit.

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